Mr Vikki’s is one of mmm…’s longest standing suppliers and never ceases to amaze and surprise us with his spicy, hot and tasty products.
We are proud to stock more Mr Vikki’s products than any other shop in the country – and long may it continue.
All recipes are unique and made by Adam (Mr Vikki’s) Marks.
He makes Mr Vikki’s in small batches from fresh ingredients and freshly milled spices, and doesn’t compromise on quality, using fresh chopped ginger, garlic and various types of fresh chillies.
We get regular deliveries of Mr Vikki’s at mmm… and the range is always popular so please do check ahead if you are after a specific product.
What we sell at mmm…
The classics …
Mr Vikki’s chilli jam – our best seller! Great to use instead of a ketchup or relish, in sandwiches, in a stir fry or as a marinade, the list goes on!
Mr Vikki’s XXX hot chilli jam – this is a tribute to the multi-award winning Chilli Jam but for those who like it hotter!
Mr Vikki’s Queen Naga – if you like it hot the Queen Naga is for you! A 50g jar – small but explosive!
Mr Vikki’s King Naga – an ‘8 chilli’ rating, full of flavour probably the hottest natural chilli pickle in the UK.
Mr Vikki’s Emperor Naga – an ‘everyday’ Naga pickle! A unique South East Asian inspired pickle, great in sandwiches, burgers and with all savoury foods that need a bit of heat.
Add to mayo then mix in some chicken for a lush filling for sarnies or baked spuds! It’s a product to play about with and see what you can do with it. Warning though – very addictive taste!
Pickles and chutneys
Mr Vikki’s banana habanero – hot banana with fresh root ginger, great with curry, chicken and anything spicy.
Packed with fresh ginger, bananas and has a kick of Habanero chillies. A ham sandwich will never be the same again!
Mr Vikki’s lime pickle – authentic tangy and fresh lime pickle with a hint of chilli.
Mr Vikki’s hot brinjal (aubergine) piquin pickle – an Indo-Mexican pickle, the rich classic Brinjal pickle made with fresh aubergines lifted with Mexican piquin chillies that have been roasted to give a nutty smokey flavour.
A great modern sandwich pickle with a good punchy chilli flavour, good with cheese also. Put it on toast then cheese on top and grill for a superb snack.
Hot tamarind chutney – tamarind is painstakingly extracted by hand from the pod, then mixed with roast spices, smokey chipotle chillies, sugar, fresh chopped ginger and fresh garlic, cooked slowly overnight to give a hot sweet and mouth wateringly sour chutney.
Fab mixed with fresh chopped bananas for an instant relish. A great Bar-b-que smokey flavour from the chipotles comes through. Marinade strips of lamb overnight, stir fry and serve in wraps with a little Greek yoghurt and salad.
Can be served with poppadoms and as a sandwich pickle.
Mr Vikki’s mango chutney – mango chutney with a hint of fresh chillies and fresh garlic. Goes with anything you fancy, including cheese sandwiches.
Mr Vikki’s tomato and nigella chutney – this is used on everything – colder hot food, cheese meats, fish and more. Sweet and sour tomato flavour with distinctive Nigella (onion seed) taste and is lightly spiced.
Mr Vikki’s carrot pickle – crispy carrots, spices and warming spices great with sandwiches, cheese, or as a side for all savoury foods and with poppadoms on the pickle tray.
Sauces and ketchups
Mr Vikki’s Harry’s roast chipotle BBQ sauce – lip smackin’ bone sucking, tongue tingling greatness!
Made to make you smile from ear to ear just the same as the sauce will be on your face when you devour those baby back ribs smothered in Harry’s Roast Chipotle BBQ Sauce.
Just perfect on a bacon sarnie, sausage butty or hot dog. Add some to mayo for a cheeky BBQ dip or a bit to stew to give it that smokey BBQ edge.
Smoother chicken and bacon with melted cheese and you will never need to leave the house again!
Mr Vikki’s hot coriander sauce – an amazing sweet chilli sauce, perfect for dipping into, drizzling over salads or using as a sweet chilli marinade!
Mr Vikki’s ‘Hot Stuff’ Scotch bonnet and mango sauce – Mr Vikki’s original chilli sauce made with 50% Scotch Bonnet chillies and fresh mango for a luxury fragrant hot chilli sauce.
Mr Vikki’s Max’s urban ketchup – a spicy tomato ketchup with an interesting spice blend and just a little kick of chillies.
Mr Vikki’s Thai sweet chilli habanero sauce – made for those who love Mr Vikki’s flavours but like something a little less hot. This mild Thai sauce delivers on both counts!
The result is a tangy oriental sauce with a touch of heat, and we mean a touch of heat. This sauce is really designed for everyone to enjoy. Superb with prawns, chicken or as a sauce for dipping.
Mr Vikki’s chipotle mustard – a lush creamy wholegrain mustard with divine chipotle chillis to give it an edge of chilli and a great flavour dimension.
Perfect lashed on ham or beef sarnies and goes great with cheese. It makes a wicked cream sauce for steak and goes extremely well with a good pork pie!
Mr Vikki’s piri piri mustard – a wholegrain mustard with Birdseye chillies. Great with cold meats, grills and sandwiches!
Mr Vikki’s Guy Fawkes Mustard – a super hot English mustard with a hint of lemon to give you a really amazing flavour to compliment any cold meat.
Guy Fawkes is Mr Vikki’s product without even a hint of chilli. We doubt you’ll be disappointed by the lack of chilli – this mustard really is super hot!
No 1 Capo Di Tutti – if you like a ‘Boss of Bosses’ ketchup, this is the one. Smoky, rich and fiercely hot.
No 2 Roast Piri Piri – a flavoursome piri piri Birds Eye chilli sauce that is fiery and great on all foods. Use like ketchup as a marinade or for stir fries.
No 3 The Jamaican – a hot Jamaican pepper sauce with fragrant jerk spices. Use like a chilli sauce or as a marinade for meat, fish or vegetables and grill for an authentic jerk-style flavour.
No 4 Bangkok Sriracha – a rich Thai-style sauce. Use like ketchup or as a rub for roasts and barbeques. Can also be added to soups and stews or used as a stir fry sauce.
Nasty Naga Nuts 2 – roasted salted large cashew nuts with super hot naga, sea salt, spices and extra virgin rapeseed oil.
Eat using a spoon is Mr Vikki’s advice!
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Thanks to Mr Vikki’s for the information on this page.